- crimes related to fuel trade
- fiscal offenses
- economic crimes
- money laundering offenses
- offenses of bribery and corruption,
- crimes committed by members
- crimes in the financial markets
- tax crimes
- bidding offenses
- white collar crimes
- penal sanctions resulting from statutes detailed, related to the sale of drugs or violation of competition protection law
- cyber criminality
ECONOMIC CRIMINAL LAW
The team of economic criminal law works closely with practitioners in the field of economic and tax law, which guarantees a detailed approach to complex issues related to economic crimes, including tax, excise, vat, fuel-related crimes, corruption crimes, frauds and fraud on capital markets .
We combine experience in the field of criminal law with experience in the field of economic law, including commercial, tax, public procurement law and regulatory issues, which is required in cases in the field of economic crimes.
We provide legal support not only related to trial defense, but also support in preventive activities, including audits related to the implementation of internal compliance procedures to detect or prevent bribery, corruption or money laundering, in order to minimize the risk of criminal liability.
We represent clients at every stage of the proceedings, I.E. Preparatory proceedings (investigation), proceedings before the court of first and second instance, as well as after the judgment becomes final. We offer support at various stages, such as detention, searches, seizure and seizure of property, the application of temporary arrest, at the stage of proceedings before law enforcement agencies or a court.
The scope of services provided includes representation of the interests of entities acting as a suspect, accused, convicted person, victim and the prosecutor.
We provide legal services related to consultancy regarding the criminal liability of members of company bodies.
We provide legal services in the field of legal assistance in aspects of criminal law, both in cases related to the so-called common crimes, organized crime, as well as penal and fiscal crimes, economic crimes, cyber crime.